July 5, 1972

LIB

Horace Andrew (Bud) Olson (Minister of Agriculture)

Liberal

Hon. H. A. Olson (Minister oi Agriculture):

1970-71 1971-72

VCR CN CP PRUP CN VCR CN CP PRUP CN August 1970 2,277 5,386 306 4,821 8,000 776September 2,263 5,798 542 4,005 7,140 572October 3,415 6,286 456 4,383 6,768 295November 2,703 5,470 101 4,854 7,845 456December 2,637 3,960 97 3,982 7,581 544January 1971 3,612 5,001 512 3,984 3.210 245February 4,903 5,971 763 5,345 5,972 699March 5,674 4,788 871 5,771 4,633 1,152April 4,994 5,806 669 May 5,537 7,441 419 June 5,234 8,244 1,067 July 4,475 8,604 789 47,724 72,755 6,592 37,145 51,149 4,739

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FEDERAL PAYMENTS FOR CANCER RESEARCH

NDP

Mr. Burton

New Democratic Party

How much has the government spent for cancer research in each of the past four fiscal years?

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LIB

John Carr Munro (Minister of Amateur Sport; Minister of National Health and Welfare)

Liberal

Hon. John C. Munro (Minister of National Health and Welfare):

Under the Public Health Research Grant program, the National Health Grant program, and the Medical Research Council, federal payments for cancer research were made as follows for the fiscal years 1968-69 to 1971-72: 1968-69, $2,660,436; 1969-70, $3,498,972; 1970-71, $4,126,339; 1971-72, $4,793,597. In addition, based on projects submitted by the provinces, federal payments totalling $9.2 million in 1970-71, $10.3 million in 1969-70 were made under the Health Resources Fund program to assist the provinces in the construction, acquisition and renovation of research facilities where research activities will be carried out in the various fields of health, including cancer. The analysis of federal payments for the fiscal year 1971-72 is not yet completed.

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DREE-GRANTS TO FIRMS IN BEAUCE CONSTITUENCY

SC

Mr. Rodrigue

Social Credit

Were funds invested by the Department of Regional Economic Expansion in the constituency of Beauce since the establishment of the Department and, if so (a) what was the total amount (b) what is the complete list of firms that received grants (c) what amount was granted to each firm?

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LIB

Jean Marchand (Minister of Regional Economic Expansion)

Liberal

Hon. Jean Marchand (Minister of Regional Economic Expansion):

Yes. (a) As of May 31, 1972, net accepted offers of incentive grants totalled $2,152,540. As of the same date, actual disbursements under the terms of these offers totalled $1,426,057.

(b) (c)

Companies accepting Amount of

incentive offers accepted offer $ 19,889

Henri Bonneville & Fils

Valley Shoe Co. 16,582

Tex-El Inc. 76,603

St-Georges Metal 33,846

Turcotte & Turmel Inc. 115,895

Societe Co-op Agric. de St-Joseph-de-Beauce 60,872

Jos Cote Inc. 5,478

LBP Inc. 67,907

La Chemise Lapointe Inc. 17,331

Beauce Machine Shop Inc. 17,408

Produits de Cedres 10,342

Glendale Mobile Homes (Que.) 57,122

Frangois Giguere Inc. 54,902

St-Georges Carpet Mills 47,598

Ceramiques de Beauce 63,595

Chaudiere Chipping Center 44,198

Les Lainages Victor Ltee 99,443

Industries Rancourt 95,753

Meunerie St-Frederic 24,051

St. Joseph Mfg. Co. 66,287

Precision C Inc. 1,493

St. George Shoe Co. 20,773

Kennebec Wood Products 15,659

Unique Art Inc. 19,325

H. P. Gilbert & Fils 10,502

Beauce Machine Shop Inc. 18,300

Manufacture Frameco Ltee 12,150

St. George International Inc. 61,000

Les Produits Arbex Ltee 24,579

Dionne Spinning Inc. 65,000

Boulangerie Doyon Inc. 17,911

Manac Inc. 20,589

John Breakey Limited 131,500

Moto-Jet (1970) Ltee 53,055

Vachon Inc. 160,407

Beauce Plastique Inc. 45,611

Plastiques Bovac Ltee 82,551

Filature Lemieux Inc. 12,507

L'Eclaireur Ltee 8,808

Clermond Hamel Ltee 100,263

Victor Woollen Products 46,900

Les Maisons Mobiles (Ideal) Ltee 176,000

Triffle Goulet & Fils Ltee 52,555

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DREE-GRANTS TO FIRMS IN KAMOURASKA CONSTITUENCY

SC

Mr. Dionne

Social Credit

What amounts were granted by the Department of Regional Economic Expansion in the constituency of Kamouraska?

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LIB

Jean Marchand (Minister of Regional Economic Expansion)

Liberal

Hon. Jean Marchand (Minister of Regional Economic Expansion):

The following companies accepted offers under the Area Development Incentives Act and the Regional Development Incentives Act:

July 5, 1972

Amount of Amount

Name Incentive DisbursedA.I.D.A. $ $P. E. Boucher Ltee 36,668 36,668Pneus V.S.P. Inc. 86,286 80,580R.D.I.A. La Boulangerie La Pocatiere 12,200 NilP. E. Boucher Ltee 919,050 Nil[English]

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'ALLOCATION OF FUNDS FOR 1972 OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUTH PROGRAM

NDP

Mr. Burton

New Democratic Party

Has an initial allocation of funds been made by province for the 1972 Opportunities for Youth Program and, if so, what is the allocation for each province?

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LIB

James Alexander Jerome (Parliamentary Secretary to the President of the Privy Council)

Liberal

Mr. J. A. Jerome (Parliamentary Secretary to President of the Privy Council):

Mr. Speaker, I have this reply here. It is rather lengthy. I wonder if it might be tabled and reported in Hansard as if read.

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IND

Lucien Lamoureux (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Independent

Mr. Speaker:

Is this agreed?

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Some hon. Members:

Agreed.

[Editor's Note: The reply above referred to is as follows:]

An initial target allocation was made by regions in consultation with the Department of Manpower and Immigration and with Treasury Board for the 1972 Opportunities for Youth program. This initial target allocation was made in terms of regional disparities in projected levels of student employment based on information provided by Canada Manpower.

Initial Target

Regions Allocation

(per cent)

Quebec 38

Prairies and North-Western

Territories 14

Ontario 22

British Columbia and Yukon 10

Atlantic 11

National 2

Reserved for future allotment to

take account of demand 3

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CIGARETTE ADVERTISEMENTS

NDP

Mr. Mather

New Democratic Party

Is consideration being given to requiring the inclusion of a health warning in all permitted print media cigarette advertisements?

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LIB

John Carr Munro (Minister of Amateur Sport; Minister of National Health and Welfare)

Liberal

Hon. John C. Munro (Minister oi National Health and Welfare):

Yes. The Department is giving consideration to requiring the inclusion of a health warning in all permitted print media cigarette advertisements, as well as other possible ways of combatting the detrimental effects caused by cigarette smoking. It was with the encourage-

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ment of the Department that the Canadian Tobacco Manufacturers Council recently decided to include a health warning on all new stocks of cigarette packages. The Department has also placed before the House legislation which it considers to be a significant measure towards controlling the injurious effects of cigarette smoking.

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OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUTH PROJECTS

NDP

Mr. Burton

New Democratic Party

1. What is the total amount of money made available by the government for Opportunities for Youth projects in 1972?

2. Of this amount, what allocation was made available for distribution within the Province of Saskatchewan, and what percentage is this of the total?

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July 5, 1972